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There's no doubt about it, as each day dawns, we are one day older.
Do you find this exciting or depressing?

We live in a time when aging is looked on as something to fear. Let's face it, there are a lot of old people out there that have really poor health.
  • Why is that? It didn't used to be that way.
  • What's changed?
  • Does it have to be that way?
  • Is there anything I can do to change this trend or are we permanently stuck?
We'll answer these questions in just a minute, but first lets address another important fallacy.

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5 comments:

  1. This is a wonderful topic. I have been working on my diet for a while now and water is my life line. We also cook a lot of middle eastern dishes that call for Turmeric. I had no idea it could help with
    Alzheimer’s disease.

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  2. I worry about Alzheimers. It runs in my family, and I'm at added risk due to a previous multiple skull fracture. I do live well though - eating well and exercising plenty. I hope it'll be a good preventative.

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  3. I see so many people around me getting sick, aging, passing away (I guess I'm at that age now where it's going to happen) and it makes me so eager to embrace life and what time I do have left, and I'm very thankful too for my health. This was a great post to come across! Happy Friday to you!

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  4. I have to admit that I'm one of those who are in denial about aging. I simply refuse to accept the fact that my brain cells and egg cells are slowly deteriorating with each passing day. But it doesn't have to be that way. Like what you illustrated using that fountain of youth story, it's uncool not to grow old. Things would be boring and meaningless. I guess I just have to learn to embrace that fact. And "compression of morbidity?" I love that! :)

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